Executive Director

 

Circa £70,000 per annum

 

We are looking for an Executive Director to provide exceptional leadership to our broad range of stakeholders and build on our successful reach and growth to date.

 

Providing strategic vision and working closely with our Council of Management, our Executive Director will act as our external ambassador, representing our mission and building relationships to mobilise for change. The Executive Director will work closely with our partners, supporters, unions, the media, political activists and change-makers, driving impact, as well as taking forward major donor relations and leading our highly dedicated staff team.

 

The successful candidate will have extensive experience of leading on a wide range of internal and external relationships to mobilise for change, as well as representing the external face of an organisation, including with the media. With a strong understanding of social and political issues both in the UK and the global South, you will have experience of leading social campaigns and a strong understanding of how to best work with partner organisations and movements. Experienced at managing senior staff and ensuring organisational health, you will have a passion for the potential of social movements and a strong desire to correct inequality and injustice.

To download the candidate information pack and for further details on how to apply please visit the link below:

http://www.prospect-us.co.uk/executive/job/HQ00168078   

Closing date: Sunday 23 October

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Anna Gardet or Yolanda Zoma on 020 7691 1920 or via email at anna.gardet@prospect-us.co.uk or yolanda.zoma@prospect-us.co.uk [AC1]

Please do not contact War on Want directly with regards an application for this role. 

 

 

 

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